The Instructor Performance Report's Profitability Section contains 6 elements:

  1. Revenue Per Month
  2. Pay Per Month
  3. Profit Per Month
  4. Revenue Per Class
  5. Pay Per Class
  6. Profit Per Class

1. Revenue Per Month

Revenue per month is calculated by multiplying the number of classes an instructor teaches in a month by the total average revenue they are generating per class. For example:

  • 40 classes/month X $200 revenue per class = $8,000 Revenue Per Month

2. Pay Per Month

Pay per month is calculated by multiplying the average pay per class by the number of classes the instructor teaches in a month. For example:

  • $50 pay per class X 40 classes/month = $2,000 Pay Per Month

3. Profit Per Month

Profit per month is calculated by subtracting the pay per month from the revenue per month. For example:

  • $8,000 ¬†profit per month - $2,000 pay per months = $6,000 Profit Per Month

4. Revenue Per Class

Revenue per class is calculated by multiplying the average number of clients per class by the ARPV for the business. For example:

  • 20 clients per class average X $10 ARPV value = $200 Revenue Per Class
  • For more information about Average Revenue Per Visit calculations please click here

5. Pay Per Class

Pay per class is an is calculated by multiplying the total compensation for the period by the number of classes taught. For example:

  • $2,000 total compensation / 40 classes = $50 Pay Per Class

Notably, FitGrid accounts for variable compensation structures such as:

  • Flat rate¬†
  • Base rate + bonus per head
  • Salary

6. Profit Per Class

Profit per class is calculated by subtracting the pay per class by the revenue per class. For example:

  • $200 revenue per class - $50 pay per class = $150 Profit Per Class

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